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By Associated Press
The sixth-term senator suffered a shoulder fracture in a fall earlier this month when he tripped on his outdoor patio at his Louisville home.
By Brandon Turner and Chelsea Gorham, KET
Sweet Blessings, based in Lexington, Kentucky, believes every child should feel special on his or her birthday. The organization bakes and decorates extraordinary birthday cakes for children who might need a treat made with love, just for them. Chelsea Gorham…
By Bruce Schreiner
The grudge match will have national political experts watching for signs that a Republican incumbent closely aligned with the president might be more vulnerable than expected.
Native American activist Nathan Phillips says he's prayed about what happened at the Lincoln Memorial last week and now he has good feelings in his heart for all the people who have been mean to him.
By Laura Santhanam
This music workshop helps to keep two things alive -- the region’s arts and culture and residents' ability to recover from addiction.
By Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press
The suspect was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of murder, one count of criminal attempted murder and two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment stemming from the attack at a Kroger store in suburban Louisville last week.
By PBS NewsHour
A federal judge recently ruled against Kentucky’s work requirement for Medicaid recipients after it became the first state to impose the policy. The judge called the mandate “arbitrary and capricious” in a decision that could have an impact on other…
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Voters in a central Kentucky congressional district opted for retired Marine officer and fighter pilot Amy McGrath over Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to advance to a fall campaign against Republican Rep. Andy Barr.
By Adam Beam, Associated Press
Thousands of teachers took their voices to state Capitols this spring, winning pay raises in West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arizona, and increased education spending in Kentucky.
By Mary Dunn
I looked at the producer, a wide-eyed 14-year-old and said, “This is your story, I’m following you."…
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